Samuel Hopkins

Samuel Hopkins (1721-1803) was an American clergyman and theologian. He was a leading disciple of Jonathan Edwards, whose theology was the foundation for his own system, later known as Hopkinsianism (a.k.a. "moderate Calvinism," which denies original sin and teaches that depravity is less than total). Hopkins was one of the first New England ministers to denounce slavery and the slave trade.

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Regeneration and Conversion

By: Samuel Hopkins

Volume 9, Number 19 (May 6, 2007, to May 12, 2007)

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Topics: Salvation

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